When describing Latham’s Boston team, clients say “their knowledge of our business and our strategic objectives makes them as much a part of our business and strategy team as they are our lawyers. They handle matters with great efficiency and precision while enabling us to achieve our desired outcomes."

– Chambers USA 2020

Boston

Pairing local market know-how with Latham’s global resources.

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Our Boston team advises many of the region’s most innovative technology and life sciences companies, as well as the private equity, venture capital, and investment funds that fuel them. Our renowned Boston-based lawyers are dedicated to helping clients achieve their business goals and find creative solutions to execute market-shaping transactions and secure landmark victories.

Giving Back

Latham is committed to giving back in each of the communities where we live and work. In Boston, our pro bono causes include advocating for fairer sentencing, preserving pathways to citizenship, and supporting local youth and women nonprofit organizations.

 

Latham is involved in pro bono and service initiatives throughout the region, partnering with organizations such as:

  • Cranberry Cup, a charity hockey tournament benefitting Autism Speaks, the Foundation Fighting Blindness, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization formed to marshal the resources of the legal community to address racial and national origin discrimination throughout Massachusetts
  • Minds Matter of Boston, a program that equips highly motivated, low-income students with the tools and resources needed to gain admission and graduate from four-year colleges
  • More Than Words, a nonprofit social enterprise that empowers young people who are in the foster care system, court involved, homeless, or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business
  • Project Citizenship, a nonprofit agency that provides free, high quality services to legal permanent residents to help them become US citizens
  • Year Up, an intensive training program that provides urban young adults with a unique combination of technical and professional skills, college credits, an educational stipend, and a corporate internship
 
 
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